Good for the environment, good for your wallet.
Earn up to $1,700 in rebates when you convert to new natural gas appliances.
If you or someone you know is having trouble paying their natural gas bill, help is available.
Weatherization is one of the easiest ways to make your home more energy efficient. Drive down your energy costs by properly weatherizing your property, using natural gas appliances and keeping water heaters in good shape.
If you’re looking for ways to get started weatherizing your home, the list of items below is a good place to start:
Child Safety Caps
Window Insulator Kit
Low-Flow Shower Head and Sink Aerator
Water Heater Jacket Cover
Toilet Tank Displacement Device
Foundation Vent Cover
Shower Head On/Off Switch
Make sure your furnace stays in winter-ready condition. We recommend an annual inspection by a qualified contractor, which should include:
Here are some things you can do for your appliances:
Find a contractor in your area who can help you.
You can get started saving money and energy right now by following these tips:
Sinks and Showers
Washers and Dryers
Water Heaters and Furnaces
For more great tips, check out the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Savers site.
It is an excellent time to inspect appliances and schedule routine maintenance. As your natural gas needs change with the seasons, keep these tips in mind.
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